WWE Women's Tag Team Championships Revealed on Monday Night RAW

The long-rumored, and long-awaited WWE Women's Tag Team Championships were finally revealed on Monday Night RAW.

On the January 14 episode of RAW, during Alexa Bliss' Moment of Bliss segment, the former Women's Champion revealed that at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view in five weeks six teams will compete to become the first Women's Tag Team Champions.

She then showed off the brand new belts, which you can see below.

Big news on #MomentofBliss! @AlexaBliss_WWE announces that the first @WWE Women's #TagTeamChampions will be crowned at #WWEChamber! #RAW pic.twitter.com/9KcHtkamvL

— WWE (@WWE) January 15, 2019
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The first look at the WWE Women's Tag Team Championships WWE

Three teams from Monday Night RAW, three teams from SmackDown Live will compete in an Elimination Chamber match. This seems to confirm that the Women's Tag Championships will be defended on both brands.

While there aren't traditional tag teams in the women's division, there are quite a few options for the first WWE Women's Tag Team Champions like the Riott Squad, the IIconics or Sasha Banks and Bayley, who have been lobbying for the titles for quite some time.

Since the Tag Titles were revealed, WWE Superstars have taken to social media to voice their desire to become the first champions.

Wow. Last year @WWE_MandyRose and I stepped inside the chamber for the first time to make history this year we’re gonna do it again and become the first ever women’s tag champs! #CountOnIt #FireandDesire https://t.co/pIlxt5phnJ

— Daddy Deville (@SonyaDevilleWWE) January 15, 2019

I need a ride or die partner ASAP! https://t.co/C9lQpwaDM8

— Trinity Fatu (@NaomiWWE) January 15, 2019

Oh boy oh boy oh boy. It’s happening!!!!! 😍🤗😍🤗😍🤗 https://t.co/KEkFbb1Z0h

— Peyton Royce (@PeytonRoyceWWE) January 15, 2019

Back in August 2018, Banks teased the titles on her Instagram by posting a photo of her and Bayley with the caption, "The Boss n Hug Connection is ready to dominate the women's tag team division." The WWE Superstar followed that caption with a shocked emoji and the hashtags "did I say that" and "say it loud."

Murmurs of Women's Tag Championships began to die down as the year wound down, but on the Christmas Eve episode of Monday Night RAW, a segment of WWE CEO Vince McMahon in a Santa Claus costume told the WWE Universe a list of things coming in 2019 including Women's Tag Team Championships.

WWE Elimination Chamber will take place on February 17 in Houston, Texas.

How do you think the WWE Tag Team Championship belts look? Who do you think will be the first team to win them? Let us know in the comments section below.